DPW: Three Championships on the line in De Soto, March 23

Dynamo Pro 3/23/19

Dynamo Pro Wrestling comes to the Knights of Columbus hall in De Soto on Saturday, March 23.

Matches have yet to be announced, but the promoter has advertised three title bouts.

Bell at 8. Tickets are $15.

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WLW comes to Triad High School in Troy, Ill., March 16

 

WLW 3/16/19World League Wrestling picks up just a week after its biggest event of the year, on Saturday, March 16 at Triad High School in Troy, Ill.

Main Event
Da’Marius Jones vs. Austin Cravens

Bell at 7. Tickets are $12.

MMWA: Barackus is back for the belt! Should Brian James be concerned, March 9?

MMWA 3/9/19

His name is Barackus, he’s back and better than ever, and he wants the heavyweight crown of the MMWA. He gets his shot at the South Broadway Athletic Club on Saturday, March 9.

His opponent is Brian James, making his tenth title defense (the most of anyone since 2013). Barackus may be the toughest of James’s challengers.

MMWA Championship
#1Brian James (c) vs. Barackus

A.J. Williams vs. Frankie D

Bell at 8. Tickets are $9.

WLW: Nick Aldis, Adam Cole, Ryback at Night of Champions IV, March 9

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World League Wrestling has billed its Saturday, March 9 event as “The Biggest Wrestling Event in the St. Louis Area.” That may be true, given the card and guest appearances that night at the Tri-County Sports Center in Moscow Mills.

“The National Treasure” Nick Aldis defends his NWA heavyweight title against “The Legacy” Leland Race. The bout conjures nostalgia and hometown pride for Saint Louisans.

Race says he will win the legendary “10 lbs. of Gold” in Lincoln County for his father, the former world champion Harley Race. If Leland wins, he will be part of the second father-son duo to capture the NWA crown (Dusty & Cody Rhodes).

Plus, every WLW title is on the line.

NWA Heavyweight Championship
Nick Aldis (c) vs. Leland Race

WLW Heavyweight Championship
#2Jon Webb (c) vs. #7Jack Gamble

WLW Junior Heavyweight Championship
#9Jayden Dominic Rose (c) vs. Da’Marius Jones

WLW Tag Team Championship | Elimination match
Kyle Roberts & Rex (c) vs. Camaro Jackson & Kenny Alfonso

WLW Ladies Championship
Stacey O’Brien (c) vs. Lucy Mendez

Brandon Espinosa vs. Steve Fender
Austin Cravens vs. Gil Rogers

NXT wrestler Adam Cole, Ryback, and Harley Race are scheduled to appear for an autograph signing. The session begins at 4 and additional meet-and-greet admission is available to purchase exclusively for event ticket-holders.

Bell at 6. Tickets start at $15.

WLW: Final event before Night of Champions IV, Feb. 16

WLW 2/16/19

NEW SPECIAL BELL TIME: 6:30 P.M.

The final stop to WLW’s biggest event of the year rolls through the Race Arena in Troy, Mo. on Saturday, February 16.

Besides a super-solid main event, a tag match between top contenders will decide who gets booted out of the WLW Tag Team Championship match at “Night of Champions” on March 9.

World League Wrestling owner Harley Race has decided that the title match on March 9 will be between only two teams.

Main Event
#3Jon Webb vs. Brandon Espinosa

Camaro Jackson & Kenny Alfonso vs. Jaden Roller & Austin Cravens

Bell at 6:30. Tickets are $12.

SICW: Travis Cook promises a sweet Valentine’s Day to Fender, if he can retire Flanagan, Feb. 16

SICW 2/16/19

The East Carondelet Community Center hosts its first night of wrestling in 2019 on Saturday, February 16.

Manager Travis Cook has promised a $1,000 bounty to whoever is able to injure Flash Flanagan into retirement. Up to bat first is Cook’s man, “Superstar” Steve Fender.

However, Fender’s Classic title is on the line. Can Flanagan regain the gold for the fifth time?

Classic Wrestling Championship
Steve Fender (c) vs. Flash Flanagan

Ricky Cruz vs. Kowalski
Gary Jackson vs. Gil Rogers
Christopher Hargas vs. Billy McNeil
Ken Kasa vs. Rockin Rivera
Khayman & Sean Vincent vs. Mauler McDarby & Shawn Santel
Curtis Wylde, The Big Texan, & Waco vs. Moondog Rover, Jake Prater, & Keith Smith Jr.

Bell at 7. Tickets are $12.